New Honor-Branded Smartphone Hits TENAA, The Honor 7C Maybe?

The Honor LND-TL30 has passed through the certification process of the Chinese telecommunications regulator TENAA. This certification means that the upcoming smartphone will likely be sold in the East Asian country in the near future, and based on the phone's design and model number, this could be the upcoming Honor 7C handset. While the listing did not provide detailed information about the specifications of the device, the telecommunications regulator has released several images of the handset on its website. Based on the photographs released by the regulator, it seems that the handset will sport a display with an aspect ratio of 18:9. Located above the display are the earpiece and the dual front-facing selfie shooters, while the logo of the device maker can be found directly below the screen.

The dual rear cameras of the Honor LND-TL30 are located near the upper left-hand corner of the  smartphone’s rear panel. Meanwhile, placed directly beside the dual rear snappers is the LED flash. Also located on the rear panel of the smartphone are the logo of the device maker, a microphone, and a fingerprint scanner for quickly unlocking the handset. The right side of the device contains the volume rocker and the power button while the left side includes the SIM card slot.

Even though the listing did not detail the specification of the handset, the regulator mentioned that the Honor LND-TL30 can accept two SIM cards at the same time. The listing on the website of the telecommunications regulator further states that the handset will be compatible with 2G GSM, CDMA, TD-SCDMA, 3G WCDMA, CDMA2000, and 4G LTE networks. The regulator also mentioned that the smartphone will ship with the Android operating system pre-installed, although the agency did not identify the specific version of the Android OS that the handset will be running. Nonetheless, like other smartphones released by the Chinese device maker, it is expected that the Emotion UI  (EMUI) will run on top of Google's operating system. The Honor LND-TL30 will likely be available in gold color variant that is similar to the unit tested by the regulator. More details regarding the availability and the pricing of the smartphone will likely be released by the tech company in the near future.

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